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belgium chicken waterzooi

Desciption

from $40 a day, this comes from brussels, belgium. comfort food!

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Steps

  1. Stock: place the chicken in a pot of water
  2. Covering the chicken entirely
  3. Add 2 carrots
  4. 2 celery stalks
  5. And 1 onion
  6. Cut into approximately 1-inch pieces
  7. Add parsley
  8. Thyme and a bay leaf and bring to a boil
  9. Turn the heat to medium low and cook until chicken is cooked
  10. About 20-30 minutes
  11. Add salt and pepper
  12. To taste
  13. Cut the remaining carrots
  14. Celery
  15. Onions into 1-inch sticks and place them in a saucepan with water to cover
  16. Cut the leeks into 1-inch sticks
  17. Slice the mushrooms and add to saucepan
  18. Parboil vegetables in salted water about 15 minutes
  19. Take out the chicken when poached and discard vegetables from stock
  20. Strain the chicken stock through a strainer
  21. Remove the skin from the chicken and cut chicken into 8 pieces
  22. Put the chicken and the parboiled vegetables into the stock
  23. Mix the egg yolks with the cream and add to the stock
  24. Add the lemon juice and butter
  25. Season with salt
  26. Pepper and nutmeg
  27. I cook the second set of vegs
  28. In the chicken stock to give more flavor
  29. You could use canned chicken broth too
  30. Serve in soup plates with boiled potatoes or white steamed rice
  31. Enjoy !

Step 20

Total Time in Minute 55

Ingredients Count 15

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Ingredients

Whole chicken

Carrots

Celery ribs

Shallots

Parsley

Fresh thyme

Bay leaf

Salt & freshly ground black pepper

Leeks

Mushrooms

Egg yolks

Cream

Lemon

Butter

Nutmeg

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